The war against Boko Haram terrorists yesterday took a new dimension as the terrorists have now introduced cluster bombs, which is a banned weapon of mass destruction by the United Nations, to annihilate Nigerians living in the North East. The post Defence Hqtrs alerts on use of cluster bombs by
The senate at today's plenary session resolved that all ministerial nominees must have the endorsement of 2 senators from their state before they could be granted a pass during their screening.Chairman of the Senate ad hoc committee on Media and Publicity, Dino Melaye who announced the new conditions today, said
The chairman of the GSMA, Jon Fredrik Baksass, yesterday unfolded the direction of the mobile operator’s association for the developing markets before international audience at the ongoing GSMA Mobile 360 series Africa holding in Cape Town, South Africa. The post Mobile for Development: GSMA boss unfolds 3 points agenda for
10 persons have been quarantined in Calabar, Cross River state after a patient at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, UCTH died of symptoms of the deadly disease yesterday October 7th.At a press conference this evening, the Chairman of Medical Advisory Committee of the hospital, Dr. Queeneth Kalu, made the
In a Facebook post that has been shared over 33,000 times and gotten 169, 891 Likes, Natasha Robinson narrated how she found the homeless man eating from a trash can. Robinson writes:Leaving school and I saw this man eating from the trash can. I asked would he like to go
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) today said that 355 Nigerians were involved in the Mina Stampede that occurred on September 24th and that out of the 769 people that died, 99 of them were Nigerians. The Commissioner in charge of Information, Research and Library Service of NAHCON, Dr
Nigeria’s power duo P-Square, are at it again. The Duo who recently returned from their US Tour have been rewarded by GLO with exquisite gifts. Telcom giants, Globacom gifted their long time ambassadors of over 6 years with expensive 2015 luxurious cars.
This sounds weird but talented Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie is being investigated for allegedly attempting to register a stolen vehicle. Sarkordie, alongside his lawyer were invited by the Police Criminal Investigations Department in Ghana for questioning According to sources, Sarkodie was granted bail after much interrogation. Public relations officer of the
Taylor Swift covers GQ Superstar singer Taylor Swift has made her debut on popular fashion and lifestyle magazine, GQ. Taylor Swift covers GQ The Style singer dressed up in a skintight brown dress and bikini for the beach-side photo shoot, photographed by Michael Thompson for the magazine’s November edition.
The Arab coalition has denied that its warplanes targeted a wedding in Yemen’s Dhamar, the second alleged strike on a wedding party in the Arabian Peninsula country in just over a week. “The coalition did not conduct any air strikes in that area.
The House of Representatives on Thursday urged federal, states and local governments to install and reactivate Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras and other security gadgets across the country. The lower chamber said that the device was particularly needed in the Federal Capital Territory, states’ capitals and some major cities.
Tough questions are being asked from the Nigeria technical crew over the lackluster display of the Super Eagles with a section of football lovers hinting that the event that led to the untimely retirement of goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama is partly responsible for the defeat. The post Super Eagles’ Captainship: Is